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Preventing and Reducing Poverty in Prince Edward Island: A Strategy for Engagement

Government of Prince Edward Island Ministry of Community Services, Seniors and Labour Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Prince Edward Island 31 December 2011 Policy document equality, political rights, social development

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The document builds on work over the past year to
compile information on approaches in other provinces, and on this Government’s actions to
date to renew social policy and to enhance systems,services and supports. This research
provides a comprehensive information base for the work ahead.


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